Taylor Swift scored the biggest honor of the night at the 45th Country Music Association awards - Entertainer of the Year.
Swift jumped to her feet and gave hugs to her mother and Tim McGraw.
She spoke of the camaraderie from artists who sang with her during her tour, including McGraw, Usher, Jimmy Eat World, Justin Bieber and Kenny Chesney.
(Tarlor said, "You have made my year. Thank you so much.")
Miranda Lambert took home the Country Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year over a group including Taylor Swift.
After congratulating her husband, Blake Shelton, Lambert said, "It's going to be a good night tonight baby."
Shelton won the Country Music Association male vocalist of the year-- the second time he's won the award.
The Band Perry had a strong night winning Best New Artist and Single and Song of the Year. The Single and Song awards were for "If I Die Young". The single honor also went to producer Paul Worley. The song honor went to Kimberly Perry, who wrote the song.
Jason Aldean took home two honors. He won Album of the Year for the first time for "My Kinda Party." Musical Event of the Year went to Aldean and Kelly Clarkson for "Don't You Wanna Stay".
Lady Antebellum scored with Vocal Group of the Year.
Musician of the Year was given to guitarist Mac McAnally.
Music Video of the Year was awarded to "You and Tequila" by Kenny Chesney featuring Grace Potter and directed by Shaun Silva.
Sugarland took the Vocal Duo of the Year award.